That isn’t technically correct. We support the Constitution not being amended and land reform being conducted as per the dictates of s25 of the Bill of Rights. EFF & ANC want the section amended & the state to own the land. pic.twitter.com/Ie1yqs5BUD— Phumzile Van Damme (@zilevandamme) September 10, 2018
We of course informed others of our exciting discovery:
Official DA linked account confirms that the DA SUPPORTS expropriation without compensation.https://t.co/15Mb2FylfR@ConCaracal @mynameisjerm @RomanCabanac @ErnstRoets @GvanOnselen @StefanMolyneux @Sowellnomics @Renegade_Report @Jonathan_Witt @kalliekriel @willempet pic.twitter.com/OVbxfkTCKO— Marc Evan Aupiais (@SACNSNew) September 10, 2018
Originally, DA member, Renaldo called the whole thing fake news:
Why are you guys spreading fake news? Do you know how twitter works? Notice the link connecting the tweets as well as the other name in the tag with mine.— Renaldo Gouws (@RenaldoGouws) September 10, 2018
However, as more people picked up the conversation, he quickly dropped that position.
My boss? Do you know how political structure works Willem?— Renaldo Gouws (@RenaldoGouws) September 10, 2018
Danie with all due respect, the DA's policy is clear on this. I can't help what some members are tweeting. I support what the DA's policy and constitution says... not what some members say about it.— Renaldo Gouws (@RenaldoGouws) September 10, 2018
Others have also reported on it, mostly upset the DA has not stood up for property owners.
Oh dear. https://t.co/IlUnUNeFFn— Renegade Report 🐶 (@Renegade_Report) September 10, 2018
This comes, as the DA slammed AfriForum's very reasonable submissions to parliament, saying they could agree with absolutely nothing Ernst Roets presented, some of which may be watched, here: